Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu, HI
55-370 Kamehameha Highway • Laie, Oahu, HI 96762
Spanning over 42 acres, the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) is home to living museum and theme park centered around Polynesian culture. The center features unforgettable attractions, including eight simulated tropical villages, IMAX® shows, canoe rides, parades, special events, daytime exhibits, and the Hā–Breath of Life evening show. Guests can also experience the renowned Ali’i Luau, considered one of Oahu's best and most authentic luaus.
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What days of the week is the Polynesian Cultural Center open?
Monday-Saturday, 12:45 pm. – 9:00 pm. The center is closed Sundays and Wednesdays.
Where is the Polynesian Cultural Center located?
They are located in the small town of Laie, located on the northeast end of Oahu. Allow yourself approximately a 75-minute drive from Honolulu.
How much is parking?
Parking is FREE.
Is there transportation included?
For Islands admissions & dinner package ONLY, early departure with motor coach is available at 6:00 p.m. Please call Polynesian Culture Center, to confirm availability.
Can I bring my camera?
Guests are welcome to take as many personal pictures or video recordings at the Center as they wish, but no flash photography or video is allowed during the evening show, Ha: Breath of Life, as the light is blinding to the performers on stage and other guests in the darkened theater.
Do you offer wheelchair, stroller, or locker rentals?
The Polynesian Cultural Center provides guests with a limited number of wheelchairs and strollers available with advanced reservations by calling them directly. There is a $20 deposit fee, $15 of which will be refunded when the wheelchair or stroller is returned. A limited number of day lockers are available near the front entrance on a first-come basis for a small rental fee.
Is the Polynesian Cultural Center wheelchair accessible?
All major areas of the Polynesian Cultural Center - including the Laie Temple Visitors Center tours are accessible to those in wheelchairs. Guests using wheelchairs at our lu'au or Ha: Breath of Life evening show will either be invited to transfer to a seat if they choose to do so, or will be invited to sit in any of our wheelchair sections.
If my child is under 5 years, are they free?
Yes, children 0-4 are free admission into the Cultural Center. They are considered a lap child for the show venues.